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The smaller “twin,” the capital city charms visitors with Victorian-Era mansions, a concentration of museums and the 1905 capitol topped by four golden horses.
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Three Midwest lakes in Minnesota, Indiana and Missouri offer all the allure of more popular destinations without the traffic.
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Along the wild and scenic St. Croix River and 28 miles northeast of the Twin Cities, Stillwater (population: 18,226) combines a historic downtown with contemporary dining, shopping and lodging.
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Northfield, a historic town known for its Defeat of Jesse James Festival each September, awaits 45 miles south of the Twin Cities.
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The larger of the Twin Cities does everything on a grand scale. It has more theater seats per capita than any city outside New York, it has the largest mall in America, and its miles of trails trace...
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The yodel of loons, splash of paddle strokes and creak of swaying pines create the soundtrack to the heart of the North Woods. In the million-acre Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness surrounding...
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On either side of the St. Croix River—in towns like Stillwater, Minnesota, and Hudson, Wisconsin—you'll find activities, shopping and dining to make a special holiday getaway.
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From Minnesota to Ohio, towns along the Midwest's Great Lakes capture the summer vacation spirit. Here are some of our favorite Great Lakes getaways, with tips on exploring each one.
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Slow down and enjoy small towns such as Zoar, Ohio; Stockholm, Wisconsin; Lanesboro, Minnesota; Nappanee, Indiana; and Louisiana, Missouri.
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These comfortable B&Bs offer the charm of a weekend on the farm, but none of the work. (Unless, of course, you want to help gather eggs!)

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